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Sep 15, 2012 4:30am PDT
that seems stuck in another time. hear, the left-wing ideals of the 1960's and 1970's live on. everyone pitches in without being paid. some work in the organic garden. others in the kitchen or the community store where used clothes and housewares are given away for free. caterina helps out twice a week in the store, a painter by profession. here she says she can live out her ideals. >> left is on the site where the heart is. >> we are trying to be as non- commercial as possible. we are environmentally conscious, child friendly, socially engaged. we take care of people here in the neighborhood. people can come here and drink coffee or celebrate, even if they do not have much money. >> people here would like to change the world, but many seem to doubt that the revolution will happen at the ballot box. this man does not know if he will vote himself. he says there are no truly left- wing parties anymore. >> it does not matter how people vote -- right, left, or green. as soon as a party gets into power, they do the same as everyone else. they have to compromise. >> but not everyone has given
Sep 8, 2012 4:30am PDT
and more often, the birds died in vain. since the 1970's, many species have been suffering from the scarcity of food. >> it is quite obvious that the main problem was that the fisheries were intensified, even though the hunting stock was coming down, and that led to the total collapse of the herring stock. >> the consequences of global warming aggravate the seabird problems. the colonies are getting smaller. the population has almost completely disappeared. he has been observing for more than 50 years. a few bird species have multiplied in that time, but the overall situation has deteriorated dramatically. in drilling for oil begins now, food scarcity could be a secondary threat. ocean currents wash an oil spill onto the coast in no time. >> it could simply wipe out the sea bird populations here. you need only a small amount of oil to kill thousands of seabirds. if you are giving priority to increase the speed of using the resources, then we will commence somewhere along the route. >> he wants to keep on fighting so that in the future, puffin's can still raise their chicks hear
Sep 22, 2012 4:30am PDT
to be thrown back to the way things were in the 1960's. >> the sun beats down relentlessly in this part of the world. conditions here are ideal for the renewable energy and solar power industries. if they cannot flourish here, they cannot flourish anywhere, locals say. in albuquerque, a number of large-scale plans were in a pipeline. they would have produced clean energy and created jobs, but without subsidies, the projects are no longer viable. jose is the head of a manufacturer of solar collectors. he used to have 80 employees but has had to let many of them go. only 16 are left. >> it is a terrible shame. we invested a lot in this factory, but there are no contracts, so we had to close down r&d. there is only one engineer in the entire factory. >> this new machine cost 1 million euros, but it is unused, like all of the equipment on the and the factory floor. joblessness and lost tax revenue -- it is a town in trouble. he plans to relocate his business to mexico. his business will be better off there, he feels. but while he can get up and leave, locals have no choice but to stay. the
Sep 1, 2012 4:30am PDT
almost 200 children ended up living wild during the 1950's and 1960's. >> marcos grew up with a family of rules -- will spirit he recalls how he joined the pack at the age of seven -- grew up with a family of wolves. >> i saw a few wolf pups and played with them. i followed them into their den and fell asleep. then the vixen came and gave me the i, so i squeezed into a hollow in the rock. she came up to me and began licking me, and with that, i belonged. >> today, he is 66. he lives in a small village. he had to work hard to learn how to speak. he has never quite grown accustomed to civilized life, despite its comforts. >> everything is very simple here. you make fire with a lighter, not with stones. that is how everything is. out there, you can do whatever you want. you do not have to wear clothes. everyone here says, "just look at this pair of pants. the shoes do not match. the shirt -- blah blah blah." people just do not leave you alone. >> he was always something as an outsider, finding it difficult to fit in with villagers. people regarded him as a wild man, uncivilized who told f
Sep 30, 2012 1:00pm PDT
, for instance, comes from the czech republic and not from the u.s. but rd liquor islson high demand, and it is expensive. the czech police have arrested members of a gang who made a fortune selling tainted liquor. more than to give you a dozen people died after drinking it, and numerous others are less scarred for life. >> vladimir drank just one glass of from the fourth watching a football game, but something tasted wrong. now he is lying in bed in the hospital blind and seriously ill, just like 20 others in his neighborhood. >> it was like somebody suddenly turned the lights off. everything went great. then my daughter brought me to the hospital. by that time, i could only see silhouettes. >> now? how's it now? >> now everything is start. completely black. i cannot even see my hand here. nothing. >> but vladimir is still alive and luckier than some. pathologists have examined over 100 fatalities in the past three weeks to determine whether spiked alcohol could be the causof death. >> the symptoms are similar. first, the patients have problems with their eyesight. they go blind. th
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